Jason Anthony of Fairfield captured the 92nd San Francisco City Championship, finally finishing off 18-year-old Max Ting of Atherton.
Anthony had the match in hand for most of the back nine of the afternoon round in the 36-hole final at TPC Harding Park before closing out the senior from Menlo School for a 3-and-1 victory.
“It was kind of getting away from me on the back nine,” said Anthony, who was the 2017 Northern California Golf Association Player of the Year. “You know, it’s a lot of golf. I’m 34 years old, playing against 18-year-olds.
“It’s a lot of golf and my body really did start to give out. Just needed to fight as hard as I could, and got it done.”
Simar Singh, a senior at Los Altos High who has committed to the University of Oregon, claimed the S.F. City Women’s Championship with a 4-and-3 victory over Aman Sangha, a sophomore at Cañada College in Redwood City, who is headed for Portland State.
“We’ve been playing with each other since I was eight years old and she was maybe 10,” Singh said. “I respect her game so much, and she is a great competitor and a great friend.”
Randy Haag of Orinda, the 1999 S.F. City champion, captured the Senior Division for the second time in three years by defeating Scott Anderson of Bakersfield, 4 and 3.
Mark Miller of Brentwood claimed the Super Senior division with a 4-and-3 victory over Mike Parnow of Sonoma. Miller won the Senior Division title in 2011.
In the Open Flights, the winners were: Tyler Burnes (Ken Venturi Flight), Matthew Fegley (George Archer Flight), Abi Vickram (Mayor Ed Lee Flight), Brad Payne (Sandy Tatum Flight), and Naputt Aroonchaipirom (Ray Pelligrini Flight).
For complete results, visit https://sfgolfchampionship.com/results-2018/.